NO it will tear up the GDI pump and the seals
With all that being said, a 30% mixture is what I still run on my subaru now.This 30% mix, are you accounting for the 10% in E10/reg 93 or is it an additional 30%?
no links but we talked about it in class, I tried to look for it in KGS but could not find anything. If I get time i'll try to search Kia stuff better might be in owner manual tooNot questioning you warpig, but gotta link to that?
Well I would hope most on here know the O2 sensor does not look for lambda, it simply measures the amount of oxygen in the exhaust which is read by the ecu and put into the calculation along with other readings and predetermined factors to calculate the current point so the ecu can make adjustments to achieve the predetermined point in what most refer to as a map (no not manifold absolute pressure). Some software used to modify fuel curves will use AFRs as a reference and calculate it to the needed format behind the scenes.Any way just remember that the 02 sensor is looking for lambda.
Yes that makes sense thanks. Never played with E85 (yet).So 1 lambda would be 14.7 on gas and 9.76 on e85.
But a bit deeper in the map you would see a 12:1 ratio which would be a conversion to gas. But you are running e85. So you must convert it to lambda first. (12 / 14.7=0.81....) Which would be 0.81 lambda. Now you would need to convert that to e85 to get your actual afr. (9.76 * 0.81= 7.90:1).
14.67 in e10 would run you lean as stoich is for e10 is 14.06.
Hope that helps.